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line console 0
Global command that changes the context to console configuration mode.
line vty (1st-vty 2nd-vty)
Global command that changes the context to vty configuration mode for the range of vty lines listed in the command.
login
Line (console and vty) configuration mode. Tells IOS to prompt for a password (no username).
password (pass-value)
Line (console and vty) configuration mode. Lists the password required if the "login" command(with no other parameters) is configured.
shutdown no shutdown
Interface subcommand that disables or enables the interface, respectively.
hostname (name)
Global command that sets this switch's hostname, which is also used as the first part of the switch's command prompt.
enable secret (pass-value)
Globl command that sets the automatically encrypted enable secret password. The password is used for any user to reach enable mode.
enable password (pass-value)
Global command that sets the clear-text enable password, which is used only when the enable secret password is not configured.
exit
Moves back to the next higher mode in configuration mode.
end
Exits configuration mode and goes back to enabl emode from any of the configuration submodes.
Ctrl-Z
This in not a command, but rather a two-key combination (the Ctrl key and the letter z) that together do the same thing as the "end" command.
no debug all undebug all
Enable mode EXEC command to disable all currently enabled debug.
show process
EXEC command that lists statistics about CPU utilization.
terminal monitor
EXEC command that tells Cisco IOS to send a copy of all syslog messages, including debug messages, to the Telnet or SSH user who issues this command.
reload
Enable mode EXEC command that reboots the switch or router.
copy (from-location to-location)
Enable mode EXEC command that copies files from one file location to another. Locations include the startup-config and running-config files, files on TFTP and RPC servers, and flash memory
copy running-config startup-config
Enable mode EXEC command that saves the active config, replacing the startup-config file used when the switch initializes.
copy startup-config running-config
Enable mode EXEC command that merges the startup config file with the currently active config file in RAM.
show running-config
Lists the contents of the running-config file.
write erase erase startup-config erase nvram:
All three enable mode EXEC commands erase the startup-config file.
setup
Enable mode EXEC command that places the user in setup mode, in which Cisco IOS asks the user for input on simple switch configurations.
quit
enable mode EXEC command that places the user in setup mode, in which Cisco IOS asks the user for input on simple swithc configurations.
show system:running-config
Same as the "show running-config" command.
show startup-config
Lists the contents of the startup-config (initial config) file.
show nvram:startup-config show nvram:
Same as the (show startup-config) command
enable
Moves the user from user mode to enable (privileged) mode and prompts for an enable password if configured.
disable
Moves the user from enable mode to user mode.
configure terminal
Enable mode command that moves the user into configuration mode.
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